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our facility and in turn grooms our shelter animals. what is the big deal of that? when someone comes to adopt an animal, if it looks good, chances are it will be adopted more. >> and we groom and clean the ears and the works. >> typically a shelter wouldn't have grooming? >> not at all. and these dogs are treated with the utmot -- utmost care that others can't provide. this is a shampoo to bring out the luster. and i feel satisfied in helping the shelter pets be adopted and to be a part of such a wonderful staff, from the top all the way down. if she passes our evaluation, she will stay until she's adopted. if you are interested in adoption and don't want to put them to sleep, that means at a last resort, we will give you a call before putting to sleep. you are not bound to the dog, and we would give you a call, and it's an actual adoption and cost $107 and it will be your dog. >> the volunteers to meet are the unsung heroes in this field that take the animals to hope and nurse them to get strong enough to come down and rehome. without volunteers, i would have to be honest to say t
in love and take one home. and look at our grooming program and volunteer program and many say, hey, this >> good afternoon, open to the full board of supervisors. >> supervisor avalos is absent, can we have a motion to recuse him today? without objection, he shall be excused. please join me in the pledge of allegiance. >> i have no agannouncements. >> items one through six, this is the consent calendar. >> would anyone like to separate any of the items from 1-6? please. >>aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >>aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> these resolutions adopted and the ordinances are passed. >> item 7 is an ordinance authorizing the department of the environment to authorize a grant from $75,000 from the california department of toxic substances control and the amending of the ordinance to reflect the addition of one grant funded position. >> this ordinance is passed. >> item 8, ordinance amending the police code for increasing the fines of would ring, pursued, concealed weapon, for certain crimes on vehicles, platforms, or bus zones of the mta. >> aye/ >> aye/ >> aye
because these grooms have made more gains than the district average. so if we go back to 2006-2007, you will see that the district made a 1.7% improvement, but the targeted groups, only 1.4% and 1.1%. similarly in 2007-2008, it was 1.3% improvement for the district, and the targeted groups only .6% and .7%. and it is only in the last two years where we have match the district average or exceeded it with the targeted groups. so again, for two consecutive years we have matched or exceeded the district average for our targeted groups. you see the same trend in math. in math it is even more distinct where it is exceeding in the last two years. so in the last two years you will see that the district average has been 2.8% and 3%. but the african-american and latino gains have been much higher than that kind of improvement. we have had significant gains for those groups in math, and we call that closing the achievement gap, again for the second year in a row. other news which was significance to share was the samoan students. we have seen similar gains for our samoan students. we have around 5
. and look at our grooming program and volunteer program and many say, hey, this >> good afternoon, fellow commissioners, folks in the gallery. the date is august 10, 2010. it is 1:35 p.m. >> [roll call] i might note that commissioner ellis is excused from this afternoon's meeting. she is out of town. commissioner crowley: all right, 3. >> i might call your attention to approval of the minutes of july 13. commissioner moran requested modification of two -- actually, three places. on page 8 in paragraph two in the beginning of the middle, he requested minor clarification of the language here, and on page 9 at the bottom, it said it could be accepted without objection. >> i do not seem to have a copy of the minutes. commissioner crowley: i will give commissioner caen a moment to look at that. >> if you could entertain a motion. commissioner crowley: as amended by commissioner moran, entertain a motion to accept. it has been moved and seconded. all those on the question, please signify by saying aye. >> we had a speaker cards on this item. commissioner crowley: -- we had no speaker cards on t
. and look at our grooming program and volunteer program and many say, hey, this president chiu: hot good afternoon. madam clerk, i understand that you have an announcement. clerk calavillo: yes, due to a clerical error, we were not able to publish it in the designated newspaper in the city and county of san francisco. since this requirement is pursuant to a section code, that it be published 36 hours in advance, since it was not met, the board meeting for today is cancelled. the hearing if it were held could result in all actions being invalidated. the regular meeting of the board of supervisors september 14, 2010, 2:00 p.m., and note that the special order items scheduled for 2:31 of a similar announcement at 2:30, where as these items will be held next tuesday at 2:30. next week's meeting will be posted in accordance with state and local laws and be published in the designated official newspaper, currently "the examiner," pursuant to the charter. president chiu: colleagues, again, assuming there are no other announcements, we will not have a meeting today. we do have to reconvene at 2
home. and look at our grooming program and volunteer program and many say, hey, this captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- supervisor avalos: mr. clerk, do we have any announcements? >> please turn off all cell phones and pagers. if you wish to speak during the proceedings, please present cards to myself and if your presenting documents, please include copies for the file. items presented here will appear september 28, 2010, unless otherwise stated. supervisor avalos: great, thank you. please call item no. 1. >> item #1, resolution retroactively approving the grant agreementsan francisco and the non-profit institute on aging to provide case management, linkages program services to seniors and adults with disabilities during the period of july 1, 2010, to june 30, 2014, for a total not to exceed amount of $16,144,866. supervisor avalos: thank you, victor. last week, colleagues, before us we had a technical amendment to make sure that the resolution language that the total amount for the contract. it was done this week pursuant to that amendment. is th
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